Posted On: 11/20/20 10:59 PM

Someone may ultimately stop North Myrtle Beach’s undefeated run in 2020.

But it wasn’t North Augusta.

The Chiefs rolled to a 35-10 victory on Friday night to advance to their first Lower State title game appearance in school history. It was a complete effort that featured a special teams touchdown to start the game, a splendid defensive showing that crippled another opposing offense and a running back doing what he has been all season.

These five Chiefs had huge games, and it’s why they’ll be playing next week, too.


Anyone who has covered the Chiefs this year inadvertently sounds like a broken record. Livingston is the reason. He went for 170 yards - his eighth 100-yard game in eight contests this season - and got into the end zone again. He had a second-half fumble, but the defense made sure it didn’t matter.


McCall has had good games before. But he’s never put a game on its head so fast like he did in this one. The junior took the opening kickoff back 99 yards for a touchdown to give the Chiefs a 7-0 lead all of 15 seconds into the game.

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